#MISSING: Adam D. Mills, 30 - Milton, WISCONSIN

Police confirmed Thursday that the alleged sighting of a missing Milton man in a village of Cambridge tavern did not occur.
The reporting person mistook a bar patron for Adam Mills, who has been missing since May 27, said Kevin Arneson, co-interim police chief.
Detective Ryan Justice has been assigned to follow up on leads, but none has been verified so far, Arneson said.
"Our tips have been sporadic, so any time we've gotten a sighting, he's doing follow-up," he said.
That follow-up has included going to businesses where Mills has reportedly been seen and talking to owners, looking at security footage and contacting people who say they have seen him.
Mills, 30, was last seen at 8 a.m. May 27 walking east in the 100 block of East Madison Avenue. He is described as a 5-foot-8, 170-pound white male with brown hair and blue eyes. He has a goatee and a blue piercing in the top portion of his left ear and was wearing tennis shoes, blue jeans and a dark blue T-shirt.
Police have been in contact with Mills' friends, family and co-workers. How much effort police put into the search depends on what information the department gets from the community.
"It's a daily thing as we get our leads and tips," Arneson said.
The department is using "investigative tools" to locate Mills, but Arneson declined to elaborate.
Despite the fact that Mills has been missing for eight days, police say they have no reason to believe he is in danger.
"There's nothing so far that would give any indication that that's the case," Arneson said.
Mills has no medical or mental health problems or intent to harm himself that police are aware of, police have said.
Still, nothing has been ruled out, Arneson said.
"His wife called and reported him missing," he said. "Our interest at this point is to locate him to let her know and give her some resolution."
The Gazette was unable to reach Justice or Mills' wife before deadline.

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